10 things we didn’t know last week-NewsCO

February 18, 2017

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Mick Jagger can’t remember writing his autobiography

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You cannot drink alcohol between 09:00 and 17:00 if you work at Lloyd’s of London

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Geologists have discovered an eighth continent: Zealandia

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Some expat Bolivians and Peruvians are prepared to pay $30 for a guinea pig that they eat on special occasions

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Vicious Valentine’s cards were more popular than romantic ones in Victorian England

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A typical Tupperware party in the US will yield about $400 (£320) worth of sales.

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Honeybees let out a “whoop” when they bump into each other

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The price of a minimum “basket of goods” has risen by up to 30% since 2008.

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Eating a lot of fat is worse for men than women

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UK families spend an average of £11.40 a week on alcohol and cigarettes.

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